Staying Safe During COVID-19
The Crucible is observing strict guidelines for safety in the wake of Covid-19.
As of October 1, 2021, The Crucible will require all volunteers to be vaccinated and provide vaccination proof. The state of California is no longer accepting self-attestation waivers as proof of vaccination. Volunteers who do not already have their vaccination records on file will need to present a vaccination card or a photo of their vaccination card (with proof of ID), or a digital vaccination record (such as myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov, with a matching photo ID), before their first volunteer shift after October 1, 2021. Vaccinated individuals must show that they received their second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccines or a single dose of the J&J vaccine, at least 14 days before coming to The Crucible.
Volunteers who are exempt from COVID-19 vaccinations due to medical reasons or sincerely held religious beliefs must request an accommodation from vaccine requirements. This accommodation will be provided as a result of a letter to the Executive Director from your physician explaining that your medical condition prohibits receiving a vaccination, or a letter from your spiritual leader explaining that you have sincerely held religious beliefs that prohibit receiving a vaccine.
Those whose accommodation is upheld must take a COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours before checking in for activities at The Crucible, and present their negative results at the door as a condition of participation, every week, during the time they are active at The Crucible.COVID-19 test results must have been date and time-stamped by a known lab.
All entering the building will have to wear a 100% cotton mask, use hand sanitizer, have a contactless temperature check, use gloves, and answer a health questionnaire. Anyone with symptoms or high temperatures will not be admitted. You can see all health and safety policies in place for our youth and adult classes here. Protecting the safety of our staff, faculty, students, and volunteers is of the utmost importance. Anyone who knowingly violates any of our health and safety policies is putting our community unnecessarily at risk and will not be able to participate in future programming at The Crucible until safety concerns around COVID-19 have subsided.